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By *atcpl OP   Couple  over a year ago

Milton Keynes

Anyone doing the Distinguished Gentleman's Ride this year?

We did the Oxford ride a couple of years ago and it was great fun - loads of classic bikes and the riders really entered the spirit of the event.

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By *ndebs47Couple  over a year ago

Bury

We are , it’s a great day out.... top cause too

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By *ull my nickers downCouple  over a year ago

Devizes

We did the London one last time, great fun, but London roads are crap, we're going to do a different one this time

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By (user no longer on site)  over a year ago

Yep, Inverness.

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By *rygveMan  over a year ago

Everywhere and Nowhere

Was going to do Bristol but apparently I don’t have the right bike. Is it a hard rule if you don’t have a bobber etc?

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By (user no longer on site)  over a year ago


"Was going to do Bristol but apparently I don’t have the right bike. Is it a hard rule if you don’t have a bobber etc?"

Any bike will do Taking my 1960 BSA, some real old iron not a make believe

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By *rygveMan  over a year ago

Everywhere and Nowhere


"Was going to do Bristol but apparently I don’t have the right bike. Is it a hard rule if you don’t have a bobber etc?

Any bike will do Taking my 1960 BSA, some real old iron not a make believe "

Nice one. Mines a 2007 BMW R1200GS which I actually take off road unlike some make believers

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By (user no longer on site)  over a year ago


"Was going to do Bristol but apparently I don’t have the right bike. Is it a hard rule if you don’t have a bobber etc?

Any bike will do Taking my 1960 BSA, some real old iron not a make believe

Nice one. Mines a 2007 BMW R1200GS which I actually take off road unlike some make believers "

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By (user no longer on site)  over a year ago

I wanted to do the Bristol one but apparently my bike not yet a classic!!

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By *atcpl OP   Couple  over a year ago

Milton Keynes

Its supposed to be for classics or "modern classics" - basically un-faired bikes of pretty much any age.

There is a guide on the DGR website. Although the BMW GS is a great bike I'm not sure it counts.

Having said that a guy turned up to the Oxford ride on a bright yellow Triumph Daytona! Provided you make an effort who is going to chuck you out?

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By *rygveMan  over a year ago

Everywhere and Nowhere

I’ve seen those Yellow triumphs. Need sunglasses!! Read the bike requirements too. I’ll skip it and go for a blast over the Salisbury Plain.

Ride safe if you are going. Cords and t jackets don’t have much armour!

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By *ulucocojaneCouple  over a year ago

Winchester

Yes we are in Leeds

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By *atcpl OP   Couple  over a year ago

Milton Keynes

I agree - ride safe, but round Oxford its difficult to go faster than the push bikes - and how many of them do you see wearing leather and kevlar?

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By *asher11Man  over a year ago

market harborough

doing the northants run on the guzzi

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By (user no longer on site)  over a year ago

I (Mr) signed up a few weeks ago. What's the dress code?

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By (user no longer on site)  over a year ago

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By (user no longer on site)  over a year ago


"I (Mr) signed up a few weeks ago. What's the dress code? "

T, waist coat, brown boots, tie. Well that will be me!

Have a good ride.

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By (user no longer on site)  over a year ago


"I (Mr) signed up a few weeks ago. What's the dress code?

T, waist coat, brown boots, tie. Well that will be me!

Have a good ride."

For some reason the site does not show the word t.

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By (user no longer on site)  over a year ago


"I (Mr) signed up a few weeks ago. What's the dress code?

T, waist coat, brown boots, tie. Well that will be me!

Have a good ride.

For some reason the site does not show the word t."

T w e e d

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By *asher11Man  over a year ago

market harborough

Rugby blazer for me luckily when I was playing I was alot broader so should be able to fit some layers under it

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By *asher11Man  over a year ago

market harborough

160 of us out in northampton raised 16k for the cause

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